Insects

by Mary Ann


Bill Nye: Insects


Homeschool resources about insects

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  • Available to elementary & middle schoolers

Calendar Connections Printables  ()
Free downloadable cards to be printed with graphic on one side and facts on the other. This pages has sets for: bugs, plants, ocean life, Independence Day, the Arctic and Antarctica, explorers, weather, astronomy, Presidents, Christmas around the world, and rainforests

antARK  (Y,M,O,T)
antARk is an introduction to Myrmecology: the study of ants. This site aims to introduce and uncover the impossibly large world of ants.

Amber - Freezing Gold  (Y,M,O,T)
Free lapbook, notebook & unit resources for homeschoolers from Dynamic 2 Moms.

Hands-On Science: Butterflies and Bugs   (Y)
Although this site is geared toward selling caterpillars and other insects (which can be a fun science integration), it also has fact sheets and printables available for free. If you have elementary-aged children and have never raised butterflies, consider doing so. Kids love watching the transformation.

Monarchs & Migration.  (Y,M,O,T)
Teachers, students, and families across the country are exploring Monarchs, butterflies, and the mystery of migration. You're invited to join us.

Honey Unit Study  (Y,M)
This unit includes recommended reading as well as the history, science, and home economics of honey and bees.

Myrm's Ant Nest  (Y,M,O,T)
Life cycles, origins, anatomy, ant jelly, how do ants communicate... if you need ant answers, this is the place!

Insect Crafts  (Y)
Insect crafts uses household items and is rated for Ages 3 through 6.

The Enforcers  (O)
biology lesson for grades 9-10 covering predator-prey relationships and biological control

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